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Fresh update on "daily show" discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:44 min | 12 hrs ago

Fresh update on "daily show" discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Then as prager here, thanks for listening to the daily Dennis prager podcast, to hear the entire three hours of my radio show, commercial free every single day, become a member of pre utopia. You'll also get access to 15 years worth of archives, as well as The Daily Show prep. Subscribe, and prager topia dot com. Hi, everybody. I'm Dennis prager on the sad day in the United States. There's no, there's no way around that. It's hard to imagine that there was anybody not affected society as always felt that it protects its kids. If the primary task of adults is to protect children. And. Another child just walked in and murdered. What is the number up to 19 now? Well, there's 21. 21 now? 18 children three adults. The ripple effect of all of this are so extensive. The children who survived will not be the same. Adults are not the same when they see people murdered and when they were the targets, but they somehow avoided being killed. If this is a great example of where a religious family has much, much greater shock absorbers than a secular family. As a general rule, everything has. Every rule has exceptions. Including that rule, presumably. So the ripple effect to the siblings to the parents to the relatives to the Friends, and of course, to the kids in the school and especially the kids in the class. It's one of those things you can have deep, deep feelings about, but you can not empathize with because you haven't experienced it. Empathy, the man's, and ability to feel one another feels, but you have to feel it. You feel it only if you have experienced it. I have a number of things to say about what happened. The immediate reactions of Democrats and the entire media. Guns, that's their simplistic staggering, simplistic answer. Guns. That's it. More gun laws that'll do it in a few don't want more gun laws. You are for the murder of children..

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Correspondents' gala offers political normalcy despite COVID

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Correspondents' gala offers political normalcy despite COVID

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Stacey Abrams Compares Russian Invasion to U.S. Voting Rights

Mark Levin

01:13 min | 2 months ago

Stacey Abrams Compares Russian Invasion to U.S. Voting Rights

"Stacey Abrams is on The Daily Show You notice how they keep pushing these candidates of the far left The daily schmo The Daily Show And I want you to listen to how people are so glib about what's taking place in Ukraine and then project themselves into the situation because they are so self righteous Stacey Abrams cut 7 go We are a stronger nation when we allow people to participate And if we ever doubted that the war that Putin is waging against Ukraine president zelensky said I'm going to paraphrase him and probably poorly He said this isn't a war on Ukraine This is the war on democracy in Ukraine When we allow democracy to be overtaken by those who want to choose who can be heard and those choices are not based on anything other than animus or inconvenience then that is wrong So in other words ladies and gentlemen your Putin and the Russians attacking Ukraine sees Ukraine She self righteous She just wants more people to vote She is a fraud and a huckster As is Stephen Colbert they're a joke

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Stacey Abrams Compares Russian Invasion to U.S. Voting Rights

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:39 min | 2 months ago

Stacey Abrams Compares Russian Invasion to U.S. Voting Rights

"What Stacey Abrams told Trevor Noah on The Daily Show? This week, I hope you're sitting down, you want to think this woman is normal? Stacey Abrams, the queen of rigged elections, she's suing the Georgia election commission. For the 2018 election, now I want to know how the media is going to cover Stacey Abrams lawsuit. Because I thought you weren't supposed to challenge the outcome of an election. Or you were a traitor. Or worse. You got to hear this exchange. Here's Stacey Abrams talking to Trevor Noah last night on The Daily Show. We are a stronger nation when we allow people to participate. And if we ever doubted that, the war that Putin is waging against Ukraine, president zelensky said I'm going to paraphrase him and probably poorly. He said, this isn't a war on Ukraine. This is the war on democracy in Ukraine. When we allow democracy to be overtaken by those who want to choose who can be heard, and those choices are not based on anything other than animus or inconvenience, then that is wrong. Wow. So Stacey Abrams compares Ukraine's invasion. To voting rights in America and. Is the media going to say a word about it?

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Trevor Noah Made Anti-Semitic Jokes Prior to Hosting 'The Daily Show'

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 3 months ago

Trevor Noah Made Anti-Semitic Jokes Prior to Hosting 'The Daily Show'

"Trevor Noah he's the host of the show calls himself a comedian daily shows on Comedy Central which means it's a comedy show and The Daily Show is in fact ruined comedy Blame Jon Stewart because he took himself so seriously Because he had these people who did you know them were more young people get their news from The Daily Show than from cable news well actually I'd be okay with that because cable news is a cesspool But that went to John Stuart's head and went to all these other comedian centers like oh we're important now We're important now So daily shows Trevor Noah yesterday He attacks Joe Rogan These are jokes that Joe Rogan made 11 years ago They're stupid their offensive nothing I would say That's not the point here The point is this is Trevor Noah going after Rogan for things he said 11 years ago Now let me take you back to 2015 when Trevor Noah was named the new host of The Daily Show Jokes that he made 6 years before in 2009 only 6 years before he got the gig I'm going to tell you some of his jokes Here's Trevor Noah's joke here Almost bumped a Jewish kid crossing the road He didn't look before crossing but I still would have felt so bad in my German car You know because Germans killing Jewish children is funny Some of these jokes I can't say on the air But they're almost all directed at Jewish people

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Jon Stewart to receive Mark Twain lifetime award for comedy

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Jon Stewart to receive Mark Twain lifetime award for comedy

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Alec Baldwin sued for defamation by family of slain Marine

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Alec Baldwin sued for defamation by family of slain Marine

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Larry and Roland Martin Debate Hillary Clinton's Character

The Larry Elder Show

01:32 min | 5 months ago

Larry and Roland Martin Debate Hillary Clinton's Character

"Many of you have talked about the debate that I had in 2016 before the election with a left wing host named Roland Martin who used to work at for CNN as a pundit. And now he's on YouTube with his show. I think it's a daily show. And so he came out to Inglewood, black church, full audience. I would say 95% of them were hostile to the great elderly, but I didn't care that I was on hostile grounds. And I went to the debate, and we had a very lengthy debate, for crying out loud, rolling. We have a binary choice, a choice between Hillary Clinton and a choice between Donald Trump. And don't get me started on Hillary's character. This is a woman who maligned all of her husband's accusers. A woman named juanita Broderick claimed she was raped by Bill Clinton and two weeks after the alleged said that Hillary verbally intimidated her. There are at least two well regarded books, one called hell to pay and one called no one left to lie to that describe Hillary hiring private detectives and getting lawyers to dig up dirt on her husband's accusers knowing full well that she and he had a deal that he could do whatever he wanted. All to malign the accusers so that the Democratic Party were able to get votes. And don't get me started on Bill Clinton. That's today. He is still a serial cheater. Colin Powell said he still blanking bimbos. And when Bill Clinton entered the room, he gets a standing ovation. You are full of hypocrisy. You love Bill Clinton? But Donald Trump is too immoral to be

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"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:52 min | 8 months ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Was the seventy third annual. Emmy awards aka televisions birthday party. And i was actually at the ceremony in los angeles just last night but as far as the emmys. Aw i'm even more excited about the second. Annual penned emmy awards. You see last year. At this time we thought it would be fun to honest some of the most outstanding performances of the corona virus pandemic. And we really blew it out because we all like well. We definitely won't be doing this more than once. I mean some. Kobe will still be a thing in september. Twenty twenty one. Remember when we had hope you guys remember that so yeah the pendulum back and once again you guys at home are gonna be voting for the winners. So focus got ten categories this year and they're all extremely competitive for instance. There were a lot of people who compared president biden's anti covert efforts to various events from the post but these nominees for best historical adaptation. Well they really really reached for the stars the nominees for best historical adaptation on tucker carlson. Jim crow medical. Jim crow has come to america. We still had water fountains the unvaccinated would have separate ones. Steve hilton apartheid bouchier wants mosque apartheid. In our schools candice owens segregation. We have an administration that is reintroducing segregation again in this country under the guise of medical safety marjorie taylor. Green nazi germany. You know we can look back in history where people were told to wear a gold star and they were definitely treated like second class citizens so much so that they were putting trains and taking the gas chambers in nazi germany and this is exactly the type of abuse that needs. Pelosi is talking about..

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"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

06:53 min | 8 months ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Were first documented in pennsylvania in two thousand fourteen. While they aren't a threat to humans are pets. They feed off seventy types of plants and trees in the four years since they first showed up at vine crest vineyards and winery in pennsylvania. They've caused hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of damage. You see that we want you to identify. We want you to squish okay. Whoa whoa whoa. Whoa whoa whoa. Whoa you conscious. Tell untrained civilians to go insect hunting. It's going to end in disaster. People are gonna be out on the street killing innocent butterflies. Shit what have i done. I'll just say it was affiliated with isis. Does that work. I mean i will say though. This is a nice change of pace. you know. Usually the government's always telling us. Oh you have to save this animal shave that animal and now finally we have an animal. We're supposed to kill. I think it's good to have that balance in life. You know yeah you wanna save the spotted owl but then you allowed to squish this little shit. I think all rule should be like that like if we're required to wear. Mosques should be allowed not to wear pants in public that's balanced. Cnn yen so basically it's up to all of us to stop this invasive species from destroying everything. I'm not how confident i am guys. Because judging by our current track record coming together to stop a deadly threats. I feel like we're only a few weeks away from the world being covered in these spotted lantern. Flies you can't make me stop on the land flat. This is a free country. Throw off so much to live on our top story. The corona virus pandemic. It's the second war. America is losing in twenty twenty one. This pandemic has been making life really hard on a lot of people restaurant owners students horses who just have to get used to being full of worms now but perhaps nobody has been hit harder than nurses early in the pandemic whenever seven pm rolled around wheel stopped doing would our windows and we would clap for the nurses every night. Unless i was in the middle of a really good show or something like tiger king you guys remember target king man. Damn that got us through some of the tough times. Yeah give it up tiger king king. I love it but the point is we all recognized. The heroic sacrifices that healthcare workers making during the pandemic and then at some point. We'll stop clapping but nurses never stopped sacrificing and right now. Things are as bad as ever a grim picture. As the delta variant grips the nation hospitals across the country overwhelmed by the unvaccinated right now ninety seven percent of the people in the hospital with cova de nearly all the cova deaths being reported are among the vaccinated exhaustion. Turning into outright anger for some healthcare workers treating unvaccinated cova. Patients were frustrated or aggravated. This could have been prevented a we could've avoided this whole wave. If more people in our country had gone and just gotten to shots when they're all these people are dying who didn't get vaccinated are wishing got the vaccination is wearing and it makes us angry. Yeah people i don't blame. These healthcare workers one bit for feeling fed up. They're being forced to deal with completely preventable crisis. That's not what they signed up for. They signed up to treat people for things that we don't have vaccines for and to pretend not to judge you when you got where things stuck up your but like nurses don't have a problem treating people that were rescued from a burning building. But i think what would annoy nurses though would be treating people who intentionally ran into the building because they saw tick talk. That said fire. Can't burn you if you're in your thirties. I mean think about how frustrating has got to be this pandemic could be under control by now and it should be under control but now they have to fight it all over again. It's like if when world war ended. Everybody said hitler's dead. Let's go home and then one guy was like no. I fixed them guys. Know he's angry then ever understand pissed off right now and no matter. How dedicated you ought to a profession. Everyone has a breaking point and nearly two years into serving on the front lines of this war. A lot of them are starting to update their lincoln's some hospitals experiencing critical staffing shortages as frontline workers. Say they feel like they're underwater survey during the pandemic found that sixty two percent of intensive care. Nurses are burned out burnout stress grueling hours there are multiple reasons. Career nurses are choosing to leave. Mississippi has at least two thousand fewer nurses than it did. At the beginning of the year in kentucky more than twenty hospitals report critical staffing shortages. In hard hit new york. There was a four hundred percent increase in nurses looking for new jobs. People just still honestly do not understand how severe this is. How bad staffing for nursing is a win. Tom's are tough and things are getting rough. They'll have a pizza party. You know you gotta spread really really thin and we can't get new nurses but here's pizza. Okay no people. No you cannot solve a nurse shortage with a pizza party. In fact it's probably gonna make the problem worse because it's the last food you want to feed someone who needs to stay awake for a double shift i mean. How many times have you had a pizza. And then gone on to run a marathon. Never that's how many times you fell asleep on the couch covered in pepperoni grease using the empty box as a blanket which is surprisingly won't but obviously nurses quitting is a huge problem because it's not like filling most of those positions. I mean who would want to become a nurse now in the middle of a pandemic. So why do you want to be a nurse. I get to hold the bags of p. Well you're the only person who applied so congrats you got the job. Look man nobody can blame nurses who decide that they just can't take this anymore because people quit jobs for way less way less. I once quit a job. Because i forgot my computer password and i was not in the mood for another wedgie from it but for those who do remain the dwindling number of nurses means that their job is only getting harder and as an extra insult. Some of their colleagues are abandoning ship for much stupider reason. At a time win they're already staffing shortages. Some nurses are threatening to quit air force to get the covert vaccine one hospital upstate new york. We'll stop delivering. Babies after workers resigned over vaccine mandates houston hospital system has fired or accepted the resignations of more than one hundred and fifty nurses and other.

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The Days After 9/11: Will Things Ever Be Funny Again?

One Plus One

02:14 min | 8 months ago

The Days After 9/11: Will Things Ever Be Funny Again?

"On amazon music or with one plus in the days after nine eleven it really did feel like nothing would ever be funny again. Welcome to the late show. This is our first show on the air. Sense of new york and washington were attacked. Even the men on late night had abandoned their post. Then shuffled back. One by one cowed by their lack of words to describe what had happened. Letterman came. I watching all of this. I wasn't sure of that. I should be doing a television show because for for twenty years we've been in in the city making fun of everything making fun of the city making fun of my hair making fun of paul well. Conan came the next night. I will be very honest with you. I have no idea how to do what we've been doing. I know i have no idea how we're going to get back to doing this again. That's how we all feel. And then jon stewart two nights later. I was a producer on the daily show. Then standing just offstage with the rest of the staff feeling like someone had pulled the parking brake at full speed. Our senses of humor had dropped right out of the bottom of the car. So we're we're gonna take a break. And i'm going to stop slobbering on myself in the desk and we're going to get back to this and it's gonna be fun and funny and it's going to be the same as it was and i thank you. We'll be right back. I just assumed well. We can't do humor todd. Hanson was the head writer at the satirical newspaper the onion at the time. Everyone on the staff assumed that and so we cancelled it and we just went dark and of course who cares. It's just comedy right. But here's the problem the onion isn't just a scrappy. College comedy thing anymore. They have financial backers they have payroll. They have add biased fulfil hell. They still have to pay. They might be giants. They can't just stop printing whenever they want. They have to put there next issue. A whole newspaper full of

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"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

02:17 min | 9 months ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Stand how that coffee works joking to thank the wonderful man but you gotta get alone in a car is so love you gotta try. It drives mushrooms. I think they're just regular ass mushrooms. He's not even high. He's drinking fung i mean he is not this is not the tea actually brings down the is sobers. Oh okay he was telling me about mushroom coffee. And i just went. I'm okay. well that note what acres correspondent for the daily show for joining us for this special south by southwest panel. The daily show news team content from their couches. Not their bathrooms their couches midi. Thanks the desert. Allies jordan clamper. Michael kosta dole. Say salaam and roy wood. Junior guys had so much. I could talk to you for like two hours air before we wrap real quick dulcie. Say one to ten eric's background. You got a lot of plans degrees won't be going on here. Are right once you got a little flex e because you wanted us to know the wrote a book problem is this book can be purchased by everybody unless they get put on a list. They're at harvard. Who wrote the book and it was the title. Just the n. Word sar we need to keep tabs on. Who bought that damn book also had to put your picture next to four reason. I see a plaque of some store. I see framed framed arkansas. So see you accomplish. See some type of article in a frame of some type of certificate below it. I don't know if you earn something or you own a dip in pain. That could have easily happened. I see a of books that are vertical and horizontal. This is what am bookcases where it's just like listen. I read books. I don't wanna be like a bookcase guy. i'm gonna give it a strong eight eight color schemes. Are that great. Well thank you guys so much. Man i bay of all of you. This was a retreat. The highlight of my week for sure..

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"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Is yeah. Yeah we'll get back to your that so But i did want to ask you guys to. And this is something that we talked about before we started You've been doing this for a while now without an audits and i wonder Do you see things eventually. Getting back to the point where you get to have a studio audience and are there things that you've learned from this pandemic experience that maybe you could retain you could keep doing. Even if you get back to the point where you're in a studio in performing for crowding. Is i do think you know we will eventually get back to the point where we can be with our audience and be back in the studio. We have no idea when that's going to be obviously but But one interesting thing that's happened in this period of time is is i think the show overall has been able to take more risks with certain jokes. You can go a little bit darker. You can go at something with a different pace. You can take chances and you might not be able to otherwise in front of the audience because you don't know how they're gonna react or you might have to time something in such a way that you know that the audience is going to have this reaction. I think like creatively. I know the writers have had a lot of fun without i think. Trevor is having a lot of fun with that it this version of the show. Tony is is different. And it's kind of a cool creative exploration in a way. And i think some of those risks might kind of continue throughout even when we do go back in the studio. We might be able to still kind of play around with that. Y'all are scared of like your timing being off you back in studio when we first started instinctively unlike pausing for laugh or all wait. We're not performing conversation. I'm just having a conversation with trevor. So stylistically met now for like we're basic. We're at a year now at this point of no audience like my fears. At the moment we go back with an audience. I'm just going to start talking to trevor again. In the crowd is laughing. I'm just shut up and we talk in like that's that's my biggest fear is like how this will alter says a performer. I gotta get back out on stage. Do stand up at some point i can. I mean i was pretty used to performing jokes and not having a lot of laughter so this felt very comfortable. How olympic swimmers will train and like four bathing suits and then when the olympic meat comes up they just wear one bathing suit so they feel faster. I feel like this is our four bathing suit wearing time. You know we're like performing comedy for nobody and even though there even though there is somebody and we're thankful that there's people watching but there's no immediate feedback and if there is immediate feedback and if one of your takes was so hilarious. All you hear is a delayed zoom response from the producer. That says okay. Let's do that again. So i'm looking forward to the audience coming back in two thousand thirty nine and it's it's weird so as as you were. I thought i saw On on the show a different way of cutting segments like a faster sort of editing technique To make up for the fact that you didn't have people laughing in reacting anymore that was wondering that was that something. Did that happen in d. Did you have a sense that it made me. Even the editing style of the show changed a little bit to get to the jokes quicker. Because you didn't have an audience it did it definitely. Yeah yeah definitely felt like especially with trevor. Like i noticed. Their progression changed successfully in. I think you're right to pick up on that. I don't know if it was a decision but look the daily show does not stop creating comedy and it is. It is evolving and progressing and adjusting and moving every single day. And that's what they do. Well i'll let the others answer. When i say and i didn't know i didn't know if it was a flat out decision made 'cause like i don't know whether editors all right now because no one in the studio. I'm the where he's cats. I can't say that for me. Donald decision was made. But i can't say that does feel different because like with the field pieces of it the way we interview is different Because it's talking through a screen as opposed to being in person but watching trevor. see because of Doing this show for this long. In being a comedian you still feel where the lives are. So even you're not even not audibly here an audience and he's not like pausing it's i can feel as a comic in watching the show on. Oh there's the laugh. There's the laugh because our lack in between but you can still feel the jokes and you can still feel what's hitting and it still feels like it's hitting the same because for us we worked like we know we're in the studio we watch rehearsal so a lotta times. It's we only if we heard actually be just a few of the crew guys anyway. So i think sometimes i watch the show. I always treated like. I'm watching rehearsal and it's like i could feel where the laugh is odyssey so just go. I don't have that thought anymore. It was just watching rehearsal. Yes that is housing. So that's how i kind of is just yes. I think that the thing. That's like really evident with trevor specifically is that there's a lot more camera turns and there's a lot more graphic overlays and it sounds crazy to say but it's easy to add that type of stuff in this then it is in a studio setup in turn like something like when they had Like the cat lawyer joke or like trevor head blue's clues on his face like it was just as simple as adding a filter impose and so those types of things. It's just getting you doing comedy in a bop so anything you can add. If it's a camera. I love the fact that we still take shots at spirit. Airlines like those chains somehow still remain in the show. But i don't think that those things inherently. Yeah i don't think. Creatively these are comedic vehicles that we would have explored right away in studio because the studio you have so much more higher stuff available. It would have been a full conversation about a blues. Cleans graphic build out in comedy. Sketch in like no. Just gonna turn his way. You're gonna put blue's clues dog on my face just like the snapchat tick tock. Everybody gets it because we're all living in the same world from a technical standpoint so certain jokes that would be considered simple in the pre cova times are par with the way everyone consumes information. Now i think the audience adds so much energy to the show also in the past like being able to do it in front of a live audience. There's energy to that. There's momentum to that so now were sort of trying to get creative with infusing energy and pace and momentum into the show that we that we're not getting from the audience so luckily we have really skilled editors who can quicken the pace. You can do camera turns and take creative liberties to kind of make up for that so it seems like we're getting close to the inner our time here and i wanted to ask you guys Maybe a couple of you if it comes to mind. What's your favorite bit. That you've come up with during dependent so the lockdown when you've been working from home and and if you think in doing that bit you'll or something that you're going to carry forward into the work that you're doing in the show in the.

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"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

07:27 min | 9 months ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"They're all going to wear a bunch of hats It's your not just somebody who does one thing on the daily show you do a bunch of things and so i do think that's part of the reason. This show has thrived during this because it's asked him everybody like where a bunch of hats be as creative as you can work fast. And luckily that's been the job since day one jordan. I wanted to ask you a particular. I mean you've crafted the space where you're going out talking to. The trump is your. He went to the attack on the capital We just saw this piece where you talked to some of the people who are still out there is this comedy central his way of getting rid of you. Wild in a head designer. They they they. They can't get rid of me. They've tried to cancel their website. Has made it really easy to attempt to erase me but I'm i'm here to stay baby. Seventy in the middle middle coleman to budget of business And i will come back with some content. I tell you that much. I mean i do i i mean i love seeing you. Sorta interact with these people but Is easier danger of having to make pieces. Were you know the the focus of it is the lookout crazy these people are. I just can't believe how crazy these people are. It's it's wild to see the way folks react but to be honest like that is that i think if people are shocked. What happened on january six. We've been chronically in that since day one. I do think like what i am proud of is like we go there. No offense any other late night shows but they weren't at the capital it being attacked by insurrectionist and talking to folks who i'd seen at other rallies talking about the same. Bs that they push their while they push there because the strongest most powerful man on earth is giving them permission to do that. And so i do think like it's been scary since day. One and you know there's always the conversations about what are we giving air to. And what have you i think when i go to those rallies. It wasn't us just trying to find the thing being said what were tapping into what was being said at those rallies like these are the conspiracy theories that are going on these are the the mindset this is the misinformation that's only coming from somebody like donald trump who has all the power but it's coming from media outlets like fox news o. a. n. that'll crafting this narrative. And so. I love finding the comedy in that. I love going places and seeing what people actually think actually being there but i do feel like it's important for people to see that it's not just one crazy guy in the oval office This this point of view spreads it's out there and it's become ideology and it's become identity and it's become an american identity that that sometimes we have to. We have to grapple with and we're not just going to grapple with it through one election so i'm going to ask a question that may be controversial but i wanna know who sucks up to trevor's the most amongst all you and does that really get more of your pieces on the air. Does he me. I just have to say. I think what trevor is doing during this moment in time is just unbelievable. No one can start a conversation. Like trevor noah. I am never seemed talent. Or intellect like that ever before in my life and a i am looking for a raise right about now though seriously i i did want to ask you. I love the pieces that you do that. You've done about fox news both the fox planning and you know talking to your janie. Piero in it seems like fox. News is kind of interesting. Is that an interesting point. Now it's at a kind of a it's having a crisis of identity it's got two major competitors for the first time. What what's your sense about where that is going. And what kind of comedy do you think you maybe can mind from that. I don't. i'm very curious to see what they do from here on out how fox shifts its narrative. I think in a way. They might get crazier because they've got to compete. So i mean. I don't think fox news is going anywhere In terms of lake you know the spinning the crazy narratives. And and yeah. I know that they've got some some competition lurking but You know my conservative family members. Don't know how to find those channels but they do know how to find fox news. So i think there's still a base there i don't know i mean i'm very interested in all of that and saying how it plays out. You know what it feels like. It feels like when mtv expanded to Mtv too and so it's like interviews. Where like the older geneticist went and tv too was the wilder crazy. Espn to look like that's only. That's what those networks feel like. They feel like the world. That's really extreme. And i think that. That's probably the clippers point about trumpism. He's created competition for fox news like that's that's unheard of adults. I wanted to ask you. I mean once again where this moment where a black women have saved us from oblivion and You know i have. We shown the appropriate. Thanks to stacey. Abrams kandla harrison and ao. See for pulling us back from the break of oblivion the way they have and you never will you can now kamla. We give her flowers as often as we can. Stacey abrams from home state. We we try. We can but at the end of the day. It's start looking for us to pull us out. That's the thing that is like 'cause i did the piece about you. Know black wounded alabama. Saving them in our talk about black women. Did this black women did that. Sort of people looking at black woman to save them but they're not doing anything and not put themselves in a situation in the first place also would benefit we give Who's hoping that because it's like women for somebody. You need to have justice for briana taylor. That's what you need to do. Infrastructure emphasizing blend. That's what needs to have some putting us in these situations. Make an essay is like it's like i don't want to be superman. Stop making me getting tired of the side of a build. Okay with messed up with these super villains danger and have to help you. It's it's it's a weird place where just like we know. Black women saved us again. Just like we didn't do it for you. We saved ourselves you. You were udrea. Collateral benefit added. Wake up being like up happen. I make sure that everybody else is moral. Cayden me wants the say that we've got the child. Molester was being an officer alabama because he's a monster that's what we did we'd go to give people out in the vote doing all of these things the whole time. We're just finally not getting recognition for it but for now waking up. I didn't wake up a hair makeup on the pasta de willing to interview her. 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"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

06:13 min | 9 months ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Families and it's it's brutal tiny apartment. I live in queens hussein. I lived together in queens out in here is absolutely right. Because i was shooting for something. And they're like oh. Can you shoot somewhere else in your show and i was like no. This is my house. You get deceive. This many people have asked me. Is that a bathroom carton. This look like a bathroom to you. What are you talk about. You don't shower curtain. Don't play yourself like that but it has been a lot of money and see that conversation been full when you watch them on. This is a fresh from amazon. Not playing yourself like that I made this terrarium. So that's been the main thing it's because i would always i always talk to crew. Could i wanna know what it's like. I'm like this who was just do how you hold this. Might what's going on for me to be in here doing this. I'm like going to go to school for this. I'm a theater major. i have a degree in. None of this stuff happened right here. I didn't i. Didn't i understand that i'm talent fish. And that's that's that's what she came for which he was born to do. All this other stuff is. It's been a lot. I mean i'm glad to learn it Because i know all the technicalities took the rations but grocery done unless over here man it is. It's it's a full on family affair. My my husband is often holding the camera. Unlike prying the scooter from my five year olds hands. So that i can setup dolly shot like we are it is all hands on deck at all times. So it's We're definitely learning all angles et in after the lockdown happened. You guys were forced to work from home. They talked the extra fifteen minutes on the show. So what was that was at. What did you welcome that because maybe might give bits on or or does that make it even tougher because you you've got more time to film it's not one. It's not tougher because a lot of that. Fifteen minutes goes to trevor being able to go deeper into being trevor and exploring the conversations with with the guest. And you can tell you can just watch the interviews and thirties versus the forty. Fives and trevor is really pursuing his curiosities with the guest. The thing is that as we got better at this time and kosta can bow for me on this. Where the time to turnaround time from idea to conception to edit it from conception to air got shorter and shorter insurer it will be on monday. Can you shoot this thursday. What type of equipment do you have and somewhere around november december. It was ever gonna shoot this tomorrow now. You might get you might be emailed a script at ten in the morning that shoots at one time on the show that night and figure it out. I know you babysitters hiding candidate. They can get the vaccine. So you've got to bribe your child. And costumed clipper in a different situation because they have infants. That don't understand english it so i'd say with the forty five. The show is now reverting creatively back to what it was when it was in studio where we could be a little bit more reactive to news in the immediate but because we have the tape figured out we know how to do everything now so now. It's it's tougher in a sense that things can spring up on you and you're still juggling your regular life while this stuff is happening. That's pretty amazing. Look at as as one of many correspondents. I think we all welcomed the idea that there'd be more show and more opportunity for our pieces to be a little bit longer prior to forty five minutes. There was a thirty minute show but there was a lot of stuff that landed on the cutting floor so we can extend some of that stuff now. People are all at home trying to watch content so forty five minutes is good if they consume more of the daily show In roy's right as we got better. I mean nothing fazes this show and i don't say that as i'm part of that when they said that that this show is going to go on despite the pandemic. I thought everybody was insane. I thought the executive had lost their mind. How can we possibly do. I don't even know if i have skype. It it it all seems impossible and yet they took two days off three days off of air and we were the first ones out airing broadcasting the show immediately. And that's a testament to the staff the leaders and also trevor. who's like. Why are we stopping. Let's keep going and i. I was reluctant at first. And then seeing how they did it and they'd nothing fazes them. They just kept going. There's not enough credit. Given to the folks who who are constantly creating around the daily show like the correspondence. The writers obviously trevor a trevor give him space and he fills it with his curiosity and his intellect since i think that is a such a sweet spot where we have a digital team that is that is constantly creating things twenty four seven Pulling things together old clips making new ideas pulling things from the show adding things to the show feel department that has had to figure out how to make stuff work in. Somebody's apartment but also how to reinvent so that doesn't get boring with green screens to see what like constantly working with. Cdc require mississippi where we can shoot how to travel to those places. Even a few field shoots were able to do. I feel that. I could only talk to humans if there was a body of water between us and so i literally interview people between boats and and i do think that is the spirit of this show is. We're gonna make tv tonight. Out of whatever happens today. Get the smartest people you can. They're all going to wear a bunch of hats It's your not just somebody who does one thing on the daily show you do a bunch of things and so i do think that's part of the reason. This show has thrived during this because.

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"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

08:34 min | 9 months ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"Say they're not doing that now. Rest assured they're going to do it after they sit us. So i i know i know it's early days again but Do you have any about how comedy might be different in the post. Trump era has each changes in a way that even though he's not setting the news agenda the way we talk about. The stuff is going to be different. I think people want us to think that things are going to be different. But the formula of comedy hasn't changed destruction of comedy hasn't changed to the point where things are gonna become brand new so you know. Now it's just gonna be making jokes about another old white man who's the president said. This one's not trying to kill everybody. So i think the only big difference is going to be. It's that trump was a reality. You know name rally star 'cause like in the grand scheme of things we shouldn't have even known who he was he real estate and had businesses. There's plenty of people that do that in new york and in their name is on buildings. We don't know nothing about him. he wanted to shine. He wanted to get on. Want everybody to know who he was it. Now you're down as the only president who's been beached so congratulations but when it comes to comedy the structure of comedy the bones of comedy hasn't changed is just now we don't have to talk about this man who was taken up so much bandwith because that's what he wanted. Now it's you know like was saying he was a parody of parody and now it gives us the opportunity to really just do the parity has everything was before was we had to reverse engineer. What he was doing because this is outrageous. This look normal to then make it funny. Now it's others regular funny so if anything to deal with the nonsense anymore. I do think there's like a conversation that i know i'm having with producers in the field and other writers and other correspondents is like in this period of time. We do talk a lot more now. About how much publicity. We might wanna give something that there is even though we're here to tell jokes and we're here to shine a spotlight on issues. Like is their responsibility in talking a lot about cunanan or talking about like should we be giving certain subjects. Pr is there. Is there a balance. Is there like a a way to do that. In a funny way without necessarily like heightening the movement or the momentum of something like that you know those are in. And i don't i don't have an answer for it but they're certainly conversations that were having in this new era now in. That's interesting to me. Because like that's a conversation you'd expect to have like a outlet. That's a conversation. You would expect like cnn npr. To be having like i was. Your job is just to tell jokes but it's adding that you they you take on that responsibility and worry about giving cunanan or giving a trump because that's what that's what everybody's asking us journalist. Can't you ignore trump. Now that he's out of the white house. I think we start with what we care about and It's very hard to shoot down a pitch even though it happens every day if the correspondent or the producers are passionate about it so there are always jokes to be found. I mean maybe not every piece You can find jokes. It's too serious too sad. It's kind of like with clever was saying now. That trump has gone is kind of nice because we can pitch a little bit more about what we care about. As opposed to just reacting to the headline or the tweet i think i mean. Let's not kid ourselves. Trump is gone. Trumpism is here like even today. The news today is people arguing about how insurrection didn't matter. And you can't hold him accountable. In fact the senate is not going to hold him accountable and they just gave half of an entire party gave a pass to acumen spewing lunatic in the house who says her space laser starting wildfires. Like that's happening today. So just because donald trump's gone that's that's that's out we talk about you know following going out on the road and talking to other folks and you might not be talking to trump supporters. You're now talking to future house candidates and other people that have now been infected by this been given this misinformation and are now attempting to be a part of the culture in a different way and so there might be less of a focus on donald trump. But that doesn't mean the militias are going anywhere doesn't mean the power of lasers like the keepers isn't gonna pop up in effect folks. It doesn't mean josh holidays anymore. Shit at i think because of that comedy will arise. The show changed a lot. Obviously when the lockdowns happened and everyone had to work from home We could see on the screen with that was like for for trevor But what was it like for you guys when the show We have a lot to house. Everybody had to work from home and you had to figure out how to make things happen in a different way. I think the main thing was the tech aspect of it because it was alright right. We're going to see these lights. The these phones edited it. Because i will tell you that. Somehow she connected her iphone because they sent us iphones to film on because the easiest maneuver dizzy somehow connected her personal asphalt works phone and then some how cost the connected. His phone system work account so the does so he was getting like pictures. Debbie's son it now. Pasta win debbie's parents anniversary. Is this whole work life balance boundaries anymore. Beyond the tech. Eric was figuring out the performance within this box. In how as a correspondent. We have certain commute tools. And you start you understand. How much being in the room with. This person helps to create some of the tension or awkwardness. And you lose that on zoom so. It was figuring out ways literally in how to work. How do you go through this conversation in a way. That's still funny and tracks. All you're seeing is this and you start figuring out ways to kind of walk out of frame allen giveaway all the tricks but we over time started learning that and then you know well you know what if i could do that. Then maybe i could put up. A green screen give hates it. Everybody green screens and injure buki is giving us references. Oh microphones and condenses and sound dampeners. So it's definitely been building building the plane in the air but thankfully everybody started off at the same place in a nutshell. It took a global pandemic to get actors to actually appreciate the tech. I say i have never had more respect for our crew and how many people it takes to put together a tv show. I mean it is. It's so hard. That's so funny. Because now that i'm doing it i've never had less respect for. So when michael drops out that somebody on blogs update because they got upset there are huge hurdles technically. There's also huge hurdles emotionally. I mean we are in our homes. I don't wanna show everybody my bedroom. I don't want to show people where i eat. Dinner with. My family was after that bit. That they'll say did what she's looking at everybody's backgrounds man upraised. I mean obviously you re back and buries the book that says race baiter saw. That's my book. By the way. I knew that everywhere. Zoom with my friends back home and in michigan and their background is a pool or tree in la. They got like avocados behind. I mean this is new york. We're all in tiny apartments with with with.

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Something's Wrong With Apple Podcasts

podnews

02:10 min | 10 months ago

Something's Wrong With Apple Podcasts

"Is apple. Podcasts still having problems well some. Publishers have reported that some new episodes taking many hours to appear in apple podcasts. Sometimes as long as seventy two hours we wondered how widespread the problem was of apple. Podcasts simply not noticing new episodes so yesterday we asked you to let us know if you to have seen this issue. We don't many emails in response. So here's some of what we learned one podcast host reports around five customer complaints day. Where it's been more than twenty four hours. Their feet is valid. And then you episode is everywhere but apple podcasts and it does take some convincing customers that it isn't the podcast host fault and other publishers says episodes of taken a full forty eight hours to appear in apple podcasts. For another their record is seventy two hours now. Few have told us that. If you log into apple podcasts connect and change the frequency of your podcast in the interface that appears to get apple to rescan your feed although they do say that sometimes new episodes appear and disappear a few times before being there permanently a few hours later. And we've seen that happening to in our testing podcast which is called pulled clock now apple is seemingly aware their support team has responded to one publisher saying this was an issue on our end with our service. There's nothing your end you can do to prevent it from happening again. It shouldn't happen again but if you do notice. An episode not live on apple podcasts. After twenty four hours please reply back. Longer and more pained feedback includes one person contacting us saying i have a daily podcast and at least once a week. My episode won't release on apple podcasts. It appears everywhere else. I've written to support about it and they refresh my feed but also say allow up to twenty four hours episodes to appear. This is a daily show. A why does this only happen on apple podcasts. They can't answer this but the following day both the episode that didn't appear and the new one show up apple had better start taking podcasting seriously. They can lose their once seemingly insurmountable lead.

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New York City Will Require Vaccination for Indoor Activities

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:14 min | 10 months ago

New York City Will Require Vaccination for Indoor Activities

"We have a story today that it makes my blood boil. And if you guys know me and you watch my show or follow me on instagram. Many things make my blood boil but this one is definitely very dramatic and in my opinion because it is something that is taking away freedoms from americans but the horrible part for me is that there are so many americans who are totally fine with their freedoms being taken away and they do not care so. This news story is new york city or acquire vaccines for entry to restaurants. Gyms concerts things like that so they are now having a quote unquote vaccine passport for. Lots of different places you go to. Yeah and we talk about this a lot on our daily show but what happened with this whole lockdown and covert nineteen is that the government wanted to test how controllable and how easily it was to condition the american people. We prove that with the lockdown because we went over and we allow the government to lock us down to lockdown our economy to tell our kids. They couldn't go to school to tell us that we couldn't go to work. And now that that lockdown has been quote unquote lifted We're going to enter a new series of regulations and mandates where they test. How far can we really push this. How much americans really value freedom. How much do they value liberty. And i guess the answer right now is not very much because we have cities like new york city and now we have la who was thinking about doing the exact same placing limitations on our freedom and people are doing nothing about it. Let's look in new york city for example. Because they're the ones who are putting in this vaccine mandate you know their seven day average for cova. Dessus it is six people. People think that like. I did this video. I went out on the street. And i asked people how many people have died from cova. How many people have gotten sick from kobe. They're thinking all like hundreds of thousands in los angeles like hundred thousand people under the age of seventeen of died. I mean and it's like not even close to those kinds of numbers but again. It is the mainstream media tricking people into giving up their freedoms by telling them that it's for the greater good people. Don't trust anyone who says that something is for the greater good people who say that something is for the greater good. Are the people who you know. Have some sort of agenda okay as individuals. We should be looking to protect our individual liberties our individual rights our rights that are given to us by god that the founders

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Trevor Noah Chit Chats with Barack 'O'Bizzle' Obama

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:27 min | 10 months ago

Trevor Noah Chit Chats with Barack 'O'Bizzle' Obama

"Are you gonna fill the bust of me or like. Because i don't have all the time you want me to very good at length. So is this like a roundabout way of saying you. Just want me to give short Pity any questions. You want me to speed up. You're gonna talk fast or no. No no no please. Mr president i will not i will not purposely filibuster but sometimes i will have applause as i'm formulating my thoughts as you well know l. Michelle has been speeding up my auto my audio book. So you know. I guess you can press a button so it played by one point five one and a half where you are one and a half guy you one and a half was a little offended by that. But that's okay that's fine. It does doesn't communicate the depth of feeling with which. I'm doing the reading but it's okay. How do you like being referred to just as a human being. Do you like mr president. People call me barack but then sometimes some folks feel awkward. Doing it obviously my. That's what my friends call me. So i consider you a friend but you may feel so no no no the people the people will feel like like even africans will. They'll write me letters saying how dare you. This is my for to get you in trouble. So you can say mr president. It makes sense you can call me. Porous my favorite one was abysmal. That was my favorite. Please call me that

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Preventing Burnout in the Daily Podcast Grind With Ashley Hamer, Managing Editor and Host of 'Curiosity Daily'

Podcast Movement 2021

02:29 min | 10 months ago

Preventing Burnout in the Daily Podcast Grind With Ashley Hamer, Managing Editor and Host of 'Curiosity Daily'

"Weekly shows. You'll often just there's a. There's a tried and true formula. You record you produce you. Release you record. You produce you release to do that with the daily show you know. Some people can do it. It may be a recipe for burnout. It's that's a lot to do every single day. So there are ways around that you can batch your tasks that is going to be the theme of this day is you can get all of you. Can you can do all of your writing. You can do all of your content planning and record multiple episodes in one. Go so one. One example of that is in the center here batch production. You have maybe two episodes of new content. You have one episode. That's just evergreen that you can run anytime you record all of those together. Do all the production at the same time and then you have three episodes and it's less time planning less time scheduling less time. You know getting out all the equipment. It's a little bit faster but of course not every show can do that. Some shows are more timely. Some shows are new shows so a solution to that might be kind of a blend you could do. The record produce release schedule for those really timely episodes that need to come out tomorrow but in addition to that so that you always have daily content. You could also have some evergreen stories that you you record all together and you have multiple episodes in one recording and production and session the for a science. Show what we'll do is a lot of our content is evergreen but will also cover things like you know the the venus missions that were just announced. You know we will. We can pop in and do a timely story in this process. It's it's very flexible but if you're not a science show like we. Are you know a news. Podcast could possibly run a primer on. How the electoral college works. During every election season or a comedy podcast could re run a segment where like a running joke head originally started so everybody can like here that that little bit of history. There's there's a lot you can do to have content for every day of the week and yet still have time to create the stuff. You really wanna create.

"daily show" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

01:56 min | 10 months ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"Make sure that some of the stuff wasn't too inside baseball as people say that's the term we use like within comedy and stuff because if it gets too specific i want people know what people get it especially white people because they are in power and have positions to change this shit so i need you to get it so i had to write the east and stuff devon and so once i got that there were like hey the issue is black. People don't have access that they are people what they do and they don't trust their piss right once. They get there so many barriers to entry. What they do died in the black church because it's helped us get through so much child. Slavery gay george bush so he was just like okay. We're trying to help bring that to the forefront. I was like okay. So we're trying to like bring these two worlds together so we just need we need. We need passer and we need mental hill. Okay so we just have to like fiercely. Maybe that's one way we try to help solve this therapy crisis. We need to make therapy a little bit more. Like black church and i think it would be pretty dope hard for me to let people in and i feel like it's probably because every time i show affection it just feels like weakness here that jon huber brother 'jabuka just sat right here brother 'jabuka said that he can't show affection because it feels like weakness but before we can understand us. You gotta understand who us who hurt your brother. 'jabuka who was. Wow i probably say my my father because he was really emotionally distant but then so is his father which is probably where he got it from. The fans of the five passed down generation to generation..

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"daily show" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

04:20 min | 10 months ago

"daily show" Discussed on Stand-Up w/ Chris Distefano

"Keep positive thoughts or how to seeing where the source of your problems were so like. I had a personal very personal encounter with dealing with a running up against the problems of trying to find therapy in a mental health Not just advocates. But someone who can help me get out of the dark hole beat depression depression and You know i found in battling my own depression that in our own community. We have certain stigmas we have. There's a lot of roadblocks in battling depression. Sometimes you know depr- i grew up. It was. Depression is a joke like depression. Black people go through so much you've got depression. And so it used to be a punch line to me and now i unfortunately ran into the actual ramifications of actual depression. You have your own journey with this issue and then you settle on this you go. You make the decision. i. I'm gonna pitch this topic so now you have to dig start finding stuff. What was something that you didn't know what you illuminate me if you will on what was some of the things that you discovered as you start going down because you have to because when you're pitching the segment it's not just why it's important. It's here's all of the potholes. Here's all the as. I like to call it. God damn that's in the field department. We don't leave the it's called you. Don't leave the building unless she'll story gotta bail. I liked that i liked. So what was in your research. would you find There's a lot of guy dance. Ru is a lot of guidance. One was like when i when i was researching. It was the amount of black therapists that actually existed is one thing i started when i went to go search for my own personal therapy. I went to the church. I but then when it came up to actually trying to find a culturally competent therapist i found that there's only four percent of black therapist out here in america. That's a and how many other motherfuckers he's in texas. Exactly yeah. that's a great point. Eight not only black therapist in texas i know is was jake's the hottest house come on and serena though forget ladies so reading or listening to a beyonce album knows the only the only things i got a cure cure my soul for right but Yeah no it was the amount of therapies. I think i've ever heard to raji hinson research. Find out people like to raji p hinson. Her her son was also battling depression and she realized when she was trying to find A therapist culturally competent therapists. Like she used the words. It was like finding the unicorn and it really really. And it's i think a lot of it has to do with one you know. It's already hard black people getting any kind of medical profession. Any any kind of spaces that are like professional net. Since but to the stigma in our community is not an ain't it ain't some therapy is not something is like widely talked about or like years prior. I think it's becoming more acceptable but before there was a punchline now some shit white people like we treat therapy like his white cloud or storm in the capital is not necessarily wife before like walking with no shoes on our side with your feet. Miami during spring break khakis barefoot in mississippi. I grew out of it. But i mean that's just more country living that's separate country is Does is white in this country. There's two different types of country. You just out in the yard you out running errands separate conversation ex before coming to you. Leslie ashton taught me a little bit about the black church in how you said you went to church. I pair years yoga. Sit down with his pastor. Walk me through that that conversation because more often than not a lot of black janai came we all all three of us came up in some version of the black church experience and they usually fast forward it to you need jesus. So what was the conversation like between you and your past where you actually sit down and go..

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The People vs Britney Spears

Even the Rich

02:19 min | 11 months ago

The People vs Britney Spears

"Zoe. Thank you so much for being here with us today. There is obviously so much to talk about. Yes great here. Yeah so we've covered brittany's testimony on our daily show rich and daily last week but we really wanted to talk to an expert about the case. Yeah we definitely need someone to break things down for us and our ritchie's okay. Happy to see what i can do. Yeah okay so we're going to just jump right in. So britney said a lot of shocking things in her testimony but for me. At least the biggest bombshell was that she was forced to have an iud inserted even though she wants to get married and have another kid and worse. It turns out that it's completely legal. Can you talk a little bit about how that's even possible. Yes sure When a person is under a conservative ship or guardianship the court has taken away that person's right to make their own decisions about their life and in many cases that includes decisions about reproductive freedom and so it appears that in this case as as in many conservatives ships and guardian ships the court has given the power to make decisions about brittany's reproductive choices to her conservators so there were definitely some other. Jaw droppers. one thing that was crazy to me is that britney said she felt like she was being sex trafficked because she had no control over her life in you know as we all know she'd been forced to work and had no input into how her money was spent she even talked about being forced to take lithium because she objected to something. Her managers requested. Now those seem like very extreme circumstances for someone to live under. What are some of the typical arrangements in conservative ships. Are these things normal. One of the things. That's really difficult about this. Area is that there's so little data and so little oversight so we don't really know what's normal and what's not but we have no idea what's happening because that's sort of built into conservative ships in one of the real problems with them. Is that the control over your life. Your body your choices. How you spend your money how you make your money is given to someone else. And there isn't much or any review of of how the conservatives making those choices or what choices the conservative is making for you and about you

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We Did It, We Survived

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

02:16 min | 11 months ago

We Did It, We Survived

"Is so great to be with all of you. This is incredible. This is absolutely amazing because it means we did it we lived. I'm alive thing. I didn't think i'd make it. I didn't even get cold. But i'm just not to survivor. That's the how anybody i know would describe me. I'll even tell you what a year before the pandemic right fully. Before the pay. I was walking in. New york is looking at the sky. Love my life looking up being happy. And i stepped off her. That's all that's happened so far. I stepped off the curb. And i stepped off. A bird is not a dead bird. Okay this bart was also walk around. Pay attention loved his life. We just collided with nature humanity at once and so i stepped all the bird. The bird and i freaked out and the bird. And i made the same noise that is not so by that survives global pandemic if you can match the pitch of a pigeon out of fear the no no one is checking for you in the max movie. You died in the first five seconds in that montage about what went wrong with the world as you at a bird like how it ends. This is insane. Global pandemic last year was crazy because it was the first thing that ever happened. That happened to everybody. That's while that even happened in the world wars and they're named after the world you know there were some coaches like this. Y'all seem to be working out over there slowly become a little. We don't need to be dusted up to mass. Some people thought it was the end of the world. Which is why. I'm pretty sure that in all that. Chaos all that uncertainty in all that fear somebody somewhere definitely eight a person

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Promoting A Team Member To Customer (You Know, Firing Them)

Leadership Lifestyle Podcast

01:57 min | 1 year ago

Promoting A Team Member To Customer (You Know, Firing Them)

"You have to promote a team member to customer and yeah. I guess it's a really nice way of saying you're fired or you let go and it's never easy to do no matter how righteous it is or how needed necessary. It's not fun thing to do when you think about things like the the apprentice show or we all sat there and just just couldn't wait to see who was fired next and of course it was reality. Tv wasn't really realistic. By any means. I get all of that or how the movie up in the air with george. Clooney were his job. His company that he worked for was to help other companies downsize. Could you imagine just traveling around. I know again. It's a movie but those positions were real might still be real that they pay other people to go fire people in other companies. I can't even imagine being in a company like that were. They couldn't do that on their own front about it. Can you just imagine if that's what you did. Is you traveled around ending other people's careers. You could grow yours because really firing starts with the leader in the sense of the word from the hiring process the on boarding process coaching daily. Showing your team. How to win Do you even have a structure for people who aren't performing before you just cut them. Loose is it's easy in a sense for example on a sales team because you have really hard data that's immediate. They're either hitting a sales quota or not were. Maybe some other jobs are a little harder to quantify and say is this person really effective or not so. Do you have a structure in place that really encompasses what they need to be winning in order to say. Hey you're effective. You're you're making an impact in our company or not and when you don't do that if you don't really address it because you're you're worried about. Hey who's going to do all this work or a. There's such a great person and all that other kind of stuff did you create a quinton stay mindset with a lotta people

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"daily show" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"daily show" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"On the lens thought about that, but I remember how I remember how long it was totally absurd. That's so funny and it was You know, and and with kilborn you know you didn't know if it was in on the joke or if he was the dumbest person alive and that made it really fun. And when I did love the evolution, when John came on of like where John Birch started the voice of the viewer and then the correspondence remained total dip shifts but with somebody who was he was three point. It was your entry point. I agree. I agree. I think that did. I mean John lets you in a lot more than Craig does in terms of like and and I think that was like a interesting mix. I mean I thought it was like it worked and I and obviously, you know, John's brilliant. So he was able to also wage, I mean his you know, his take on things was also brilliant. You know, was like I think he had a cake where Craig, you know, we wrote Craig, we wrote for right. Yeah. And we kept that mystery and it was just it was much more like Colbert where there was never a crack right in the system. Yeah. So and so, John was a person who had a change. And could have his take and call out like that, can't be right? And then the correspondence would be like, saying crazy ass saying and just stay stay in character and I, and I loved that Evolution. And now we have Trevor who is, yeah, simply himself as well and the course of the movie, but Trevor's, a different animal. So, I mean, you know it, I feel proud because the bones the bulb that show are still there and it just seems to just keep going. And after twenty-five years of show, it's been on the air. You know, it's like interesting because like I love the trolls on the Internet or like, the only thing you've ever heard you guys The Daily Show. I'm like, yeah, that's what, what a crappy one-trick Pony, that is for like, one of Berne. Doug from Rob. Yeah, yeah Michaels. Well now, I find a way even when people do, like, when people diminish, like, in music, a one-hit-wonder Thursday, That's one more hit than you have, right? It's like one moment. Everybody was singing that song you don't have that. Yeah so fuck you. Okay. And it's also to like that person probably has two ounces and like Israel, large, loving life. And who wouldn't want a job where you just did one thing in your life and then you could Coast. Yeah. And then every, yeah, every sitcom, it's like, hey, can we use that song and this show? Oh yeah. Oh yeah. Oh, you're watching a, you know, a Tide laundry soap commercial. There's that song play the lottery, dude. You're at doing. Pull tabs. For some reason like that. You want to hit a fake? Well that person did. Yeah. The bar playing pull tabs trying to do the same thing except you have no skills, right? Okay, so now so now we're coming out of pandemic game. Like yes, want to get what are you so? Well, what's what's on the horizon for a Lizz Winstead? What's going on? And more importantly Can you hire us know? I mean are there what what it means is me. Not him, he's.

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"daily show" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"daily show" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"I just want to confirm a Nicholas Cage that what is doesn't know Nick Loeb and I think it Bears repeating. So Nick Loeb, I had the money. I'd sad Misfortune of knowing for a couple of years because he was dating. Someone very close to me on the show, Modern Family, Sofia Vergara. And so I was often in his presence and even before this, when he's trying to like, say, you know, sue for her the embryos, right? He was always a bit of a damper on stir. So and so it's good to see him in full flight. And I have to say, I'm pretty confident in saying that I believe she married up. Yeah, she definitely. I feel like she's the up and whoever marries her. You know, I think that's absolutely true. But yeah, I mean anything from anything after yeah is marrying. Yeah she she dodged about 7:00 let's be honest. I mean I mean like some version of that life just error in judgment and that you were just like, I provided mini garage space for that person. Even if it was for a minute, you're like, what was I thinking? Yeah, I haven't done it. Much weaning, garage. I did a little time in prison, but but we need there. Hasn't been as much as we need to Rodger my. Yeah yeah I mean I was told by the worst. Yeah. That's our Danny causes his place is the weenie garage garage. Welcome from 9 to 3 question. Crazy wage. Yeah, it's it it it's it's insane. And but how have you been Survivor? I mean I want to get a little of your biography. Yeah. I don't have like a million questions for you. If you want to. I mean, which part like do you want? What do you want to know? I'll tell you anything you want to know. Here's the thing. I know about The Daily Show, anything a lot of people who know, you know, about The Daily Show. I mean, I know as much about your relationship to matter like what, how you brought the like when she's talking about now? So if you decide for our own, really fun story so you know who it was So, when it was interesting, I left the Daily Show and I did some projects. And then when, you know, when nine eleven happened for people who did any kind of, like social commentary or political satire, like nobody was buying T shows like that anymore. You know and said, oh my God, my Niche has gone like down to the Gunner. Yeah. So I was just making money doing like really bad like spring breaks producing really bad spring break shows and like like bad. Yeah, I'm home. I'm like, I can't do another show. That makes me need to take a silkwood shower, like I just bought so many STDs. Just oh, my ex show any job is. So I'm home. I get a call from this guy who says, hi my name is John Simpson and I were dead. Radio. And I got your number from Al Franken because we're launching a progressive radio network.

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Bees in the Netherlands Trained to Detect COVID-19 Infections

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Bees in the Netherlands Trained to Detect COVID-19 Infections

"Coronavirus pandemic is the thing that is both almost over and somehow worse than ever even as vaccines are making everybody safe. It is clear that covid nineteen is a lot like benefit in that. It has never really going to be over. Which is why. New breakthrough in testing for covid is getting a lot of buzz. Dutch researchers are training bees to detect covid nineteen infections in samples. And they say that it could cut the waiting time for test results from hours or days to down to just seconds beasts having unusually keen sense of smell and the bees indicate a positive test result by extending their tongues to get a reward in the form of sugar. Water takes about a month to train these bs. Researchers say that it could be used parts of the world where there is currently no cova testing

Late Night TV, Politics, and Donald Trump

Behind the Desk: The Story of Late Night

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Late Night TV, Politics, and Donald Trump

"Behind the desk the story of late night is sponsored by noon. Donald trump was winning. He was winning all the counties that at he was winning the electoral college. I remember thinking. Wow it's real now. That moment for me was when the daily show with. Trevor noah started a lot. That was new started at that moment. An avalanche of politically charged humor came tumbling down late night television because no public figure since the start of late night in the nineteen fifties at ever ignited that combination of comedy inspiration and pure rage that donald trump did when he descended an escalator and ascended to the presidency. I'm bill carter and this is behind the desk. The story of late night in this edition. We're going to talk about. How late night got in a lather over. Donald trump and politics always attuned to whatever issues were dominating. The news with the president like this late night. Comedy found a new political gear full throttle and trump humor pretty much dan the late night landscape this morning. Donald trump asserted executive privilege over the mall. Report executive privilege of course is actually trumps favorite privilege right after a white male and mar-a-lago handicap bathroom was. You might expect. Trump has been tweeting a lot today. And you can tell. He's getting word because one of his post said they're finding biden votes all over the place in pennsylvania wisconsin and michigan so bad for our country. Do they're not finding votes. They're counting them briefly over the weekend. People started to notice that his hair is suddenly now white. it's completely white. The carpet now matches the supremacy

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Stories About Mothers, Featuring Trevor Noah

Fresh Air

01:58 min | 1 year ago

Stories About Mothers, Featuring Trevor Noah

"Sunday is mother's day and we're going to listen back to some great stories about mothers. we begin with. trevor noah. Host of comedy central's the daily show. He south african the son of a black mother and white father. Their relationship was legal. Under apartheid which mandated separation of the races noah grew up during the apartheid and post apartheid errors. He became famous in south africa as a comic and tv personality and spent years traveling. The world doing standup. He talked terry in two thousand sixteen. So racial identity is a big part of your comedy. When you're doing stand up. Your father is white. Your mother is black. Your father is i. Think of swiss and german ancestry. Do i have that right. And your mother sosa casa. Thank you. I don't think i can do that. And i know your mother was jailed briefly. I hope in south africa. I assume four for opposing apartheid for doing some kind of dissenting action. Yes well the sensing action was being with a white person. Who was the white person your father. The s he was jailed so no no no. no white. people didn't get jailed for that. That was Why people were warned not to do it again. But then if you're a black person called fraternizing across country boundaries. Then then you'd be arrested but my mom. My mom opposed the system as a whole so. She never let that stand in her way. You know and i. I think i pick up a lot of i. I have a lot of my mom's demeanor is that she never even even when she told me the story. She wasn't an angry she just went. It's it's a stupid thing. And so i refuse to listen to. Its but she never came at it from a place of anger. If anything should defied it and she didn't she didn't give it the credibility that it was trying to create in in the world

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"daily show" Discussed on The Butterfly Effect Daily Show (Hosted by Sathyvelu Kunashegaran)

The Butterfly Effect Daily Show (Hosted by Sathyvelu Kunashegaran)

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Butterfly Effect Daily Show (Hosted by Sathyvelu Kunashegaran)

"Focusing or non get things sponsorship and then cross-subsidizing it so that we can make it free for everyone and of course we will also open up a page where people can actually donate last but not least we will also sell merchandise where people oh can support the cost by buying these goods it took me some time to understand how all these mottos work and put it together but the same time also to understand how to create a year contend that the entrepreneurs small businesses the people that would like to advance their career. I looking for the name come from my explanation addition to actually create content that might look small insignificant for somebody who's not facing that particular problem but if it can make a small positive change change in your life. I believe that given time it will be the thing that changes your life to something that's positive something that fulfilling and that's my goal after after going deeper researching testing with a small group of people. I decided to call it the butterfly fame magazine by calling it. A magazine allows us to dive into multiple topics. My hope is that as I do these foreign extended amount of time I will get to invite others what to do the same other instructors other successful business people that also want to share the lessons 'cause it's a magazine they get to be a columnists thinking that we all the multimedia the content the audio and video would be called a part of the butterfly effect daily show. I love the tonight show with Trevor. No on comedy decentral. I watch it all the time and the inspiration behind the butterfly daily show came from the tonight show. If you guys watch the tonight show Oh you will notice that there's multiple segments interviews. That monologue stinks that he's making five is discussing the current turn all that. I want to do the same thing in podcasts yes but if I do that kind content one our podcast. That's GONNA put a lot of people because some of Y'all might just want to get that management tip. Some of our just wanted to the advice. Some of Y'all would like to just get the book. Summary and others might just want to listen recent current topics in my commentary on it so what begun to do is just like how the tonight show break down all the episodes into multiple reports in Youtube and they have different name for each segment. We're going to do the same thing so daily you might get multiple episodes from the butterfly daily show do all of them will be packed with the segments name and the content within the description of the first or the second line boo cover what we're discussing bright but this will allow you to pick and choose. I would like you guys to pick the segments view like spent time listening to that. You are in no way obliged through to every part of the show unless you really love it and you do it. This is done so that we can cover multiple things just like how traveling all works looks way. Kambas multiple things gives us enough flexibility N. enough torture in the way that believer stuff another interesting thing is is that in traveling award show also do the behind the scenes all day colleague in between the the sets out probably do the same thing but I'm GonNa China collectible different things one is state of the Union which means that every month I will explain. What other things have? You planned for the coming month this store store. Lao People to give me feedback and also keep you guys updated unexcited on what we have installed. The second part is that I might matt actually dropped some behind the scenes podcast episodes which I will talk about what we are changing and I might reply answers us two questions and all that these were not go into the episodes that I described earlier but it will also be applauded the podcast okay. That's it for now. I'm grateful folded. You're here to listen to this. I'm excited to go on this particular journey with you guys. I think it's GonNa be a really long journey between us but I promise you guys that it'll be a meaningful one will grow together. We'll learn together and I will do my best to make sure that it becomes the best sauce for those those who WanNa get the business career life to the point. All the information for this particular show can be found on. WWW DOT but the plight effect magazine.

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"daily show" Discussed on The Butterfly Effect Daily Show (Hosted by Sathyvelu Kunashegaran)

The Butterfly Effect Daily Show (Hosted by Sathyvelu Kunashegaran)

08:53 min | 2 years ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Butterfly Effect Daily Show (Hosted by Sathyvelu Kunashegaran)

"Hey been trying to call you for the last one. I just wish that you pick up the phone anyway. I just left these entrepreneurship training event by I regret resting two hours. There should adjusted home and did my work. I'm totally pissed. It's supposed to be a training being and I went there and I saw so. Many people are trying to figure out how to do business. Better people are trying to figure out how to get their life but the and this dude right he's like twenty five and and he's a life coach and I can't believe it because how you're going to be a life coach when you haven't even lived and then this other dude who get introduces a master businessman he comes out and talks about some multi level marketing pyramid scheme stuff. That's how he got rich but now he talks to deflect is knows how the technology business and you know. What's the worst part right at the end? The guy goes that just ended up chin. I have these three days clause that you will get to immerse yourself in all my teachings and we have produced so many millionaires on top of it all he's charging nine. Thousand is an that's crazy. I look around and I see people who want to do their life but the and these guys are exploiting it the things that he thought you can just is Google. It is a bunch of what divisional and nothing technical nor process included and is nothing and to keep to get there but I can just google it. That's I got Christova. What I was looking at starbucks in seventeen king brought me back to what happened even before I was born when my mom was eight months pregnant you know something happened to my dad Sir Business he lost all this money like literally left money to even bring my mom to clinical buy stuff for us to eat and all that you know so crazy dead my dad literally gave up he decided that the con duties and he went to a shop and he bought some poison so that be don't have to endure this because because he believed that there's no help he believed that the the end and many came to my Mama and dolar that I've given up okay. Let's all of us editor and and not suffering any longer and mom told him that no you can't do this. The abroad brought these kids to the world and to make sure that you do anything possible and I believe that that you can do. I believe that we can do it it. I mean of course usually a mumble w what these I kept replaying that hit because what I mean Virginia imagine imagine if he's my bad team that will and and he paid like probably a hundred bucks what he would've fought so that you could understand how to get his job or how to get his work but to how to get more money and these guys are like exploiting them. I felt as if like these people are not interested in in helping these people they don't get. It bet most people here because they want to get their families out of poverty. They WANNA get their communities. How would you really want to help people. They have no idea media to start and what to do. These sessile call coaches and teachers and whatnot data cyrus like social media manages to look good online light so that it could fool more people but if you go through you'll see that all of them are talking about somewhat tuition will shit. None of it is something that you can put this. I mean it's all good to motivate. People like easiest thing to do doesn't work that when it comes to create doesn't work that way when it comes to business. You got to figure out how to to do it. It's not only like why you WanNa do it. You gotta figure out how what and that's what's missing all these guys. They tried to be motivational. The worst thing is that right flesh out your suit. He tried to flesh out there. 'cause they tried to show that ops leaving such a extravagant life so you can't do but of course anybody can say that like you get out 'cause you can you can fake your whole wheat through and you can buy a bunch of ads on Youtube and facebook and all that to create a persona Tom but none of them have the the knowledge gnawed to empathy and calf of people did a talking to all they want to do is upset an upscale L. Mall but of course I can be here in which about it I can do. Something worried yeah. I know it's fucked up but I can do something about it. Over the last decade eight. Oh my life I've worked for some of the smartest people I've done radio maclear and also left all their Beland everything that I can learn about entrepreneurship guarding involve lost money made money and I think that I can put out all this information for free. I can figure out a bruce model behind it that it can make money but at the same time all the information regard for free so that when people like my dad and they had no idea they had to go and they can't figure out how to do some date. Daddy said he's us. That's all nice. Let's complete that allows them to take the next step and never ever think that they have to give up. I mean I know it sounds crazy. I know that it would take a few years for me to put all these together. There's a lot of information. The wall of businesses changing sofas things are growing technology is growing so awesome but it's the right data should take once. I show that it's possible. I'm sure a lot of people will also join me to do the same thing the so many times comes in my life that one piece of content one do one audio Wunderle than work. One Book have given me unsafe me from horrible decision saved the F. Safe me from losing money right and I think that I can do the same for those who come after me. It's like a domino falling on other domino and and kicking off a whole chain to stack butterfly back. You know aw I everyone. My name is if you could people normally call me gay and you guys are listening to interruption off the play daily. Show the voicemail that you guys just now. I know rather long long for someone to do that. I I have a messy for ADHD. When it comes to taught said things that I think about so whenever I get a thought on idea or something thing that I feel like I wanna do I tend to record it. I tend to take down in my notes. All our family call to talk about history. Just so that that I know whether I'm saying or am I off the Tenjin over here. I know that I say that I have adhd but at the same time I also have anxiety whenever whenever I do not know something that should know. Some people say that I need to be the smartest person in the room. Some people say that I have control issues which instead I know exactly what's happening at any time but those are the bad parts of that particular carrot sticks but if the data side if you put the Adhd not at the together you'll know that although I hope on from one topic to the other but I do not know something and I feel like that's something that I wanna work on. 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"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"This is the daily show with Trevor Noah here's deal. Thank you. Two. Tonight. I guess a very funny comedian here to talk about his Netflix special Moammar is joining us everyone. It's going to be. Also, also on the show, the shutdown has been shut down and another one of President Trump's very fine. People turns out to be a bad on Brey. But first, let's catch up on today's headlines. There were now only six hundred forty four days until the twenty twenty presidential election. And I'm nobody you guys. But I've already set my DVR. Yeah. I even added an extra five minutes in case it goes along. And this race was going to be pretty simple, right? It was going to be the best democrat running against Donald Trump. But now someone has thrown a Grundy wrench in the works. The twenty twenty presidential race right now getting bigger by the day possible new contender former Starbucks CEO Howard shows he says he's considering a run he would do as an independent taking about the president and the Democrats eating Democrats are protesting because they're worried Schultz could siphon votes from their nominee it help the president re election. I am seriously thinking of running for president I will run as a centrist independent outside of the two party system. Okay. I don't know this is planning on. But after hearing him speak. No, I need a coffee. This is. My plan to run for president. Also, he's announcement sounds like a really complicated. Starbucks order. Right. When he's like, a centrist independent like someone would offer that can I get a central independent of the two party system. No foam, no foam. So what would be Mr. pumpkin spice lots taking on an actual pumpkin spice. Which is pretty cool..

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"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"This is the daily show with Trevor Noah, here's the deal. Two. Coming up. The of meet the press NBC Chuck Todd is joining us not everybody. Also on the show. Roy would union is gonna fix the NFL. And you'll find out why you should be very afraid of a man named lollipop, but first let's catch up on today's headlines. Venezuela. Venezuela. One South America's most affluent nation. It has recently descended into chaos and violence kind of like how best buy is usually a chill place. But then on black Friday, someone gets murdered over toaster. And that's not a joke, by the way. It's a true story. I'll miss Yongle Billy. But I told you that was my toast, anyway, Venezuelans have been taking to the streets to protest food shortages and collapsing economy with ten million percents inflation, the men responsible for this is Ben is weight as authoritarian leader, nNcholas Maduro, the people tried to vote him out last year, but he rigged election. And so now an opposition leader has stepped up to say Busta of island power struggle playing out in Venezuela opposition leader, one Guido swore himself in as president declaring the President Nicolas Maduro was unconstitutionally sworn in for a second term on a stage in downtown Caracas in front of a crowd of thirty five year old one we raised his right hand and administered his own oath of office. I swear to formally assume the powers of the national executive as the president in charge of Venezuela. This is pretty historic a thirty five year old just swore himself in as the new president of an Israeli. Yeah. The world. I self inauguration, very millennial very million. And not only ton of Venezuelan support one wide. Oh, he also has the support of major world leaders, including Trump Merckel Trudeau Theresa May Antoni the tiger. This is a big deal and now moving onto another foamy prosperous country. That is not falling into unrest, the United States. It is now day thirty four of the government shutdown the longest in American history and the effects continue to pile up a major border security conference has been cancelled flood recovery efforts have been stalled and the government is so broke. The secret service has now been replaced by mall cops and on top of all of that. President Trump state of the union address is officially cancelled overnight President Trump blinking in his state of the union staredown with Nancy Pelosi. The president writing a late night tweet. I will do the address when the shutdown is over. I am not looking for an alternative venue for the state of the union address because there is no venue that can compete with a history tradition and importance of the house chamber. Oh, look at that Donald Trump and Nancy Pelosi facing off and Trump blinked first, which of course, we knew would happen because Nancy Pelosi does not blink. Personally, personally, I think promoting the state of the union will be good for Trump's approval rating because Americans are very supportive of him. Not speaking is the thing they join now for many people to shutdown still feels abstract, especially if you don't rely on government for systems, you know, people like what do I care? I'm flying first class. Well, enough along pilots flight attendants air, traffic controllers are expressing growing concern saying air safety is deteriorating by the day, the government shutdown drags on their unions issued a joint statement saying they can't even predict the point at which the entire system will break. Oh, hell, no. They can't predict when the system now.

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"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"This is the daily show with Trevor Noah, here's. Today. So I'm Trevor Noah, you guys are amazing coming out here. And thank you for tuning in our guest is it's roof comedian with an HBO special. Amanda seals joining us. Everybody. Only feel also I'll show tonight's the biggest Oscar snubs the sorriest Democrats and robots losing their jobs for a change. So let's catch up on today's headlines. Today is day. Thirty two of the longest government shutdown in American history federal workers are about to miss their second paycheck more and more TSA agents on showing up to work, and the government is so broke the statue of liberty had to get a temp job at quiz knows. But it looks like there may be some good news today because it looks like the shutdown maybe coming to an end breaking news to tell you about. There could be an end in sight to the partial government shutdown now in its thirty second day, the New York Times reporting this afternoon at the Senate will vote on Thursday on two separate bills that would end the shutdown immediately. When includes funding for the president's border wall. The second would extend funding agencies currently shutdown that funding through February aid. Congratulations, congress the first step to doing the minimum. Yeah. Product. The product. Look the truth is passing these bills still a long shot. But right now, I feel like everyone is so desperate. This counts. As good news. Which shouldn't you know? It's like if the doctor came out of the room and said, great news about your husband's Kansas surgery. I've made the first incision, and I'm almost ready to remove the sponge left inside in the last time. This is good. And the big plan is to poss- funding through February eighth. That's the weirdest thing of America's just going to re up the government for two weeks at it's like, it's a boost mobile plan. Yeah. This is my burner government. I don't like to get attached. In other news. This week is the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. It's an annual event will the world's leaders gathered to talk about the economy, and you know, the state of the world and in their downtime, they perform ritual sacrifices to the dock Lord Beth Mets what you guys think. Just binging borak horsemen is that what you're thinking luminosity people grow up, but this year this year the list of ten is much shorter. Because there's a lot going on in many developed countries. The United States isn't attending because of the shutdown fronts isn't attending because of their protests written isn't going because of Brexit. Putin isn't going because he's Bhuttan. At this point. The guest list is looking like the vita. Chris Brown's Oscar potty is like, oh, yeah. I don't know. Even even India isn't sending anyone which I'm sorry, each telling me, they said one person they've got a billion people in their country. Just like everyone Indians. Look we would have loved to come. But there there are billion things to do here. Okay. You go on without us. But you know, the African countries are still going, right? Yeah. They like finally Uganda's time too shy. We didn't invite you like it doesn't matter. We have to come in. Moving on now to Japan home of ninety three percents of the world's weird stuff. It turns out they have to dial. It back a little because it was getting too much even for them hotel in Japan says it is firing its robot employees. Did they do the hotel initially started using the robots try and maximize efficiency you might remember some of them were built to look like dinosaurs. But guests are apparently complaining the robots are just a nuisance. They say the gadgets wake people up in their rooms thinking they're asking a question when they're actually just snoring. They actually have raptor, robot bell, hops, and those didn't work so well, either humans had to come in and do that job and then to robot luggage carriers could only reach about twenty four of the one hundred rooms in the hotel, and they failed in rain or snow. It's crazy that this didn't work out. No because I don't know about you. But when I'm jetlagged off the fourteen hour flight, the Tokyo, the first thing I wanna do is argue about my Priceline reservation with a raptor. Yeah. I mean, that's that's a vacation in my right? Like, even if you were going to get dinosaurs that were robots to help people. Why would you choose wrapped up the useless at helping the reach the top floor in an.

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"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"daily show" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

"This is the daily show with Trevor Noah, here's. Today. So I'm Trevor Noah, you guys are amazing coming out here. And thank you for tuning in our guest is it's roof comedian with an HBO special. Amanda seals joining us. Everybody. Only feel also I'll show tonight's the biggest Oscar snubs the sorriest Democrats and robots losing their jobs for a change. So let's catch up on today's headlines. Today is day. Thirty two of the longest government shutdown in American history federal workers are about to miss their second paycheck more and more TSA agents on showing up to work, and the government is so broke the statue of liberty had to get a temp job at quiz knows. But it looks like there may be some good news today because it looks like the shutdown maybe coming to an end breaking news to tell you about. There could be an end in sight to the partial government shutdown now in its thirty second day, the New York Times reporting this afternoon at the Senate will vote on Thursday on two separate bills that would end the shutdown immediately. When includes funding for the president's border wall. The second would extend funding agencies currently shutdown that funding through February aid. Congratulations, congress the first step to doing the minimum. Yeah. Product. The product. Look the truth is passing these bills still a long shot. But right now, I feel like everyone is so desperate. This counts. As good news. Which shouldn't you know? It's like if the doctor came out of the room and said, great news about your husband's Kansas surgery. I've made the first incision, and I'm almost ready to remove the sponge left inside in the last time. This is good. And the big plan is to poss- funding through February eighth. That's the weirdest thing of America's just going to re up the government for two weeks at it's like, it's a boost mobile plan. Yeah. This is my burner government. I don't like to get attached. In other news. This week is the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. It's an annual event will the world's leaders gathered to talk about the economy, and you know, the state of the world and in their downtime, they perform ritual sacrifices to the dock Lord Beth Mets what you guys think. Just binging borak horsemen is that what you're thinking luminosity people grow up, but this year this year the list of ten is much shorter. Because there's a lot going on in many developed countries. The United States isn't attending because of the shutdown fronts isn't attending because of their protests written isn't going because of Brexit. Putin isn't going because he's Bhuttan. At this point. The guest list is looking like the vita. Chris Brown's Oscar potty is like, oh, yeah. I don't know. Even even India isn't sending anyone which I'm sorry, each telling me, they said one person they've got a billion people in their country. Just like everyone Indians. Look we would have loved to come. But there there are billion things to do here. Okay. You go on without us. But you know, the African countries are still going, right? Yeah. They like finally Uganda's time too shy. We didn't invite you like it doesn't matter. We have to come in. Moving on now to Japan home of ninety three percents of the world's weird stuff. It turns out they have to dial. It back a little because it was getting too much even for them hotel in Japan says it is firing its robot employees. Did they do the hotel initially started using the robots try and maximize efficiency you might remember some of them were built to look like dinosaurs. But guests are apparently complaining the robots are just a nuisance. They say the gadgets wake people up in their rooms thinking they're asking a question when they're actually just snoring. They actually have raptor, robot bell, hops, and those didn't work so well, either humans had to come in and do that job and then to robot luggage carriers could only reach about twenty four of the one hundred rooms in the hotel, and they failed in rain or snow. It's crazy that this didn't work out. No because I don't know about you. But when I'm jetlagged off the fourteen hour flight, the Tokyo, the first thing I wanna do is argue about my Priceline reservation with a raptor. Yeah. I mean, that's that's a vacation in my right? Like, even if you were going to get dinosaurs that were robots to help people. Why would you choose wrapped up the useless at helping the reach the top floor in an.

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